Black History Month 2019

400: Mapping the Hidden Traumas, Triumphs, and Trajectories of Black Life This year’s Black History Month theme is 400: Mapping the Hidden Traumas, Triumphs, and Trajectories of Black Life. Why 400? The classic account of Africans’ first arrival to what became the US is that in August of 1619 a Dutch vessel disembarked “20. and … Continue reading Black History Month 2019

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche Lecture

“In Search of the Underground Railroad: Connecting People, Places, and Things” Featuring Dr. Cheryl LaRoche, with community partners Date: Tuesday, April 2, lecture at 7 p.m. preceded by exhibits from 6-7 p.m. Location: Campus Center, Multi-Purpose Room Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) presents “In Search of the Underground Railroad: Connecting People, Places, and … Continue reading Dr. Cheryl LaRoche Lecture

Spring Classes

SPRING 2019 Courses (Please contact the instructor of record for more information about specific courses) 50:014:130 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA STUDIES General Education Code: Diversity (D) Monday 2:05 PM – 3:25 ATG-206 Wednesday 2:05 PM – 3:25 ATG-206 Instructor: MOSES 50:014:204 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY Section 01 Cross-Listed With: 50:512:204:01 Monday 12:30 PM – 1:50 FA-219 Wednesday … Continue reading Spring Classes